Designed to adjust to any wrist, this minimal freshwater pearl bangle is perfect for both casual and formal occasions. Its sleek and timeless design makes it a must-have accessory for any jewelry collection.
This bracelet is handcrafted by skilled artisans from recycled bombshell and bullet casings. To add an elegant touch, it is delicately gold plated, adding durability and giving it a long-lasting shine. Experience the perfect combination of sustainability, craftsmanship, and elegance with this bangle.
Material: Brass from recycled bombshell + bullet casings, 14K gold plating + freshwater pearl
Measurements: Adjustable to any wrist
Handmade with love in Cambodia
As with all handcrafted goods, there are slight variations making each piece a work of art and truly one of a kind.
This artisan group is based in Siem Reap, Cambodia, where creativity, Fair Trade principles, and ethical artisan crafts thrive. Situated near the UNESCO World Heritage site of Angkor Wat, this social enterprise provides specialized design and production skills to unlock the creative potential of young, disabled, and disadvantaged Cambodian women, offering them a safe, positive, and healthy environment to thrive in. They believe that women play an essential role in Cambodia's development and are committed to supporting their empowerment.
In this collection, you will discover jewelry that embraces the luxuriousness of 1920s design, with geometric shapes and sleek lines. Each piece is meticulously handcrafted by artisans, showcasing the feminine touch that the local female Cambodian designer brings to the collection.
Using brass from recycled bullet and bombshells, they meticulously hand-make each piece of jewelry. To ensure longevity, artisans specialize in flash-plating gold, keeping the jewelry bright and shiny for years to come. Each piece is not only a stunning piece of wearable art, but also contributes to the social and economic empowerment of the artisan makers. Join us in making a positive impact and celebrating the creativity and resilience of Cambodian artisans.